Rosemary Shy, MD , FAAP
Director, Children's Choice of Michigan Ambulatory Pediatrics
Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, Wayne State University, Children's Hospital of Michigan, Detroit, Mich
"It is dangerous to do it the way he describes," Pediatrician Dr. Rosemary Shy says of Ezzo's technique. "It puts these babies at risk for jaundice, at risk for dehydration, and at risk for failing to thrive, all of which we’ve seen."
Wilson, Steve, "Baby Care Controversy," WXYZ-Detroit, November 14, 2004
Arnold Tanis, MD, FAAP
1999 recipient, John H. Whitcomb Outstanding Pediatrician Award, presented by the Florida Pediatric Society and the Florida Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP)
"There is no scientific basis whatsoever in their philosophy....It is contrary to what nature intended. It can be very dangerous.
Michael Sonenblum, MD, FAAP
"Just as a three-meals-a-day diet is not right for every adult, no schedule is right for every baby, says Dr. Michael Sonenblum,